Don’t Broadcast Dangerous Conspiracy Theory About the Coronavirus

Target: Christopher S. Ripley, Chief Executive Officer of Sinclair Broadcast Group

Goal: Don’t broadcast a dangerous conspiracy theory about the coronavirus on local television stations across the U.S.

A conspiracy theory claiming that the deadly coronavirus was manufactured by the U.S.’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, is set to air on local television stations across the country. The theory, referred to as “plandemic,” bolsters many Trump allies’ claims that the virus was intentionally created in a lab.

In addition to blaming Dr. Fauci for the creation of the virus, “Plandemic” makes a variety of falsehoods, including that a coronavirus vaccine would kill millions and that beaches should not be closed because the sand and the ocean can treat Covid-19.

Sinclair Television owns and operates 294 stations across the U.S., meaning that hundreds of local programs will broadcast dangerous misinformation about the coronavirus. Sign below to demand Sinclair Television choose not to air an interview with the creator of the “plandemic” conspiracy theory.


Dear Mr. Ripley,

Disseminating correct information about the coronavirus across the United States is absolutely crucial at this moment, as thousands of Americans are becoming infected with and dying from Covid-19 daily.

Your support of the “plandemic” conspiracy theory is dangerous and will only contribute to the lack of national unity surrounding this deadly virus. I demand that you do not air coronavirus falsehoods on your television stations.


[Your Name Here]

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  1. Linda Hilty-Tuttle says:

    IMHO, I think Dr. Fauci was recruited by his friend, BILL GATES, CHINA, AND the DEMOCRATS to release COVID-19 on the world to: (1) depopulate the planet (one of Bill Gates’ admitted goals); (2) crush our thriving U.S. economy, and (3) prevent President Trump from being re-elected in 2020! As long as we continue to deny EVIL in this world, EVIL will continue to flourish!

  2. Linda Hilty-Tuttle says:

    07/25/2020 Just read this on APNews:

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Sinclair Broadcast Group said Saturday it is pulling from the air an edition of its “America This Week” program that discusses a conspiracy theory involving Dr. Anthony Fauci and the coronavirus.

    Sinclair spokesman Michael Padovano said Sinclair hopes to add context and other viewpoints and STILL AIR the controversial segment on the next week’s edition of “America This Week.”

  3. Freedom of speach is important. I have to unlike your page. Politic people from US are evil – Trump, Fauci and others

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